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Competition Law

Analysis - debate - current awareness

05 MAY 2011

Commitment Decisions in the EU and UK – Developments, Open Issues and Considerations for Companies and Competition Authorities [2011] Comp Law 41

The author examines a number of legal issues associated with settling a case on the basis of legally-binding commitments in the EU and the UK. The article provides an overview of the current status quo and discusses various factors that firms and competition authorities ought to consider before engaging in commitment discussions. Also discussed are some open issues which may delineate likely enforcement developments.
Fabio Falconi

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